How to Start Homeschooling on a Budget

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How to Start Homeschooling on a Budget

Homeschooling can be scary. But once you get over the initial fears, you have another fear to overcome…that fear of how will you be able to afford it. Looking at all the pretty homeschool curriculum catalogs, you see the wonderful products you can get to give your child the best of the best for an […]

Encouragement for Threadbare Homeschooling Moms – 5 Days of Threadbare Homeschooling

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5days Threadbare Homeschooling

Welcome to the conclusion of the 5 Days of Threadbare Homeschooling series! I do hope that you’ve seen yourself in the last few days, that you’ve gleaned a few things and found help and hope in my own stories and experiences. But because my main focus has been about a subject that is less than […]

You Can See Right Through It! – 5 Days of Threadbare Homeschooling

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5days Threadbare See Right Through

Welcome to Day 4 of my series for 5 Days of Threadbare Homeschooling. We’ve discussed using something so often that it’s “dull,” we’ve looked at homeschooling when finances are limited, and yesterday we took an honest sidebar and discussed what makes up the bare minimum of a homeschooling day for those seasons when we need […]

Barely Adequate – 5 Days of Threadbare Homeschooling

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5days Threadbare Barely Adequate

On this third day of my 5 Days of Threadbare Homeschooling series, I have for you another definition of the word threadbare: something that is barely adequate due to shabbiness. I must admit that this is the post which caused me to want to write this series. Sometimes, mama, we all have seasons where all […]

Threadbare Finances – 5 Days of Threadbare Homeschooling

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5days Threadbare Finances

Welcome to Day 2 of my 5 Days of Threadbare Homeschooling series! Sometimes the reason we are threadbare homeschooling is simply because we can’t afford it any other way. When we first started homeschooling 11 years ago, that’s how it was for us – and it has been that way off and on (mostly on) […]